Study Examines Possible Ebola Immunity Among Some Women In Guinea

The Guardian: Ebola study finds women in Guinea who appear immune to the virus
“A study of Ebola survivors in West Africa has found a group of women who appear to be immune to the deadly virus. The discovery was made by a team of British and European scientists who are studying Ebola survivors in Guinea…” (O’Carroll, 10/15).

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